Museum Pos IndonesiaCurrently Closed
- Address: Jl. Cilaki No.73, Citarum, Bandung Wetan, Kota Bandung, Jawa Barat 40115, Indonesia
- Timings: 09:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
- Phone: +62-224206195
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Museums
This place is one of the postal museums in the world that has a really huge amount of stamp collection from all over the world, even from a country or place. You can see many collections of things used by postal service from the era of Dutch East Indies until the independence of Indonesia. You can know the pioneers of Postal Service in Indonesia. The air is cold and cosy because of the location of this museum in the basement of Post Office of Indonesia Headquarters. The place is easily reached and adjacent to Taman Lancia and Museum of Geology.
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- Buses 05, 7A, 16 to stop- Museum Geologi, JI. Diponegoro
Museum Pos Indonesia Reviews & Ratings
One of the best museum in Bandung or maybe Indonesia also. It is located near the west Java Goverment building, Gedung Sate in the middle of Bandung city. This museum has many collection from the history of post world in Indonesia. There are so many stamps collection from around the world not only from Indonesia. It is good for young generation to know this place.
Free entry and nice collection of old stamps from all over the world and postal equipment used by Indonesian postal service.
It's good to know the historical of sending messages before globalization era.👍👍
Just like your usual government museum. There's a lot of stamps from different countries but the collection is mostly outdated. The place itself is located in an underground basement in Gedung Sate. Try to bring friends here because it's kind of creepy if you're alone here. But sometimes there's also group of school kids going around here so yeah, don't be too worry about it.
Located in dutch era building next to Gedung Sate. Good collections of postal service and stuffs, you can see first stamps from around the world and Indonesia, old postal system, postman uniforms and badges, etc. The museum area is in underground. Free entry. Parking area in weekdays usually full of offices activity.